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honeycombed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhoneycombedhon‧ey‧combed /ˈhʌnikəʊmd $ -koʊmd/ adjective [+with] 🔊 🔊 HOLEfilled with many holes, hollow passages etc
Examples from the Corpus
honeycombedArrived at Sinai, Elijah sheltered in one of the caves with which the sacred mount is honeycombed.The region is honeycombed by mines.If the blocks were truly large, as Corb originally envisaged them, then they could become honeycombed hills.
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